Do you think the world was right about being cautious with QF and to bring him up strictly as a future beggar leader candidate? People such as the supreme monk were afraid he would be trouble for the world in the future. They brought him up in a caring family with a humble childhood. However, they're actions seem to have some justifications.
Afterall, he killed a doctor when he was just a child. How many Jin Yong main protagonists can add that to their resume? GJ killed MCF's lover out of fear and defense, but QF did the act out of retribution for the doctor's mistreatment of his mother and the blame that he took for the medical money. But I don't think that was enough to justify for a child feeling the urge to kill someone. So the argument is, do you think Qiao Feng would've potentially turned into an antagonist if the world was not cautious with his upbringing? What would happen if we was placed in Yeung Hong's upbringing of spoiling and riches?